Farewell to Juliet combines modern/British rock sounds of bands like Catherine Wheel, Gene, and Radiohead with formative prog influences like Pink Floyd and Rush. Balancing these are concurrent loves of the mellower, melodic Over the Rhine and the roots/Americana style of Vigilantes of Love. Everybody in the band appreciates the Choir. The band formed at the University of Illinois in Champaign. Jeff Elbel and Brant Hansen parlayed penchants for heady conversation and parodying U2 into original... Topic: Farewell to Juliet
Politically inactive and lazy, and sporting fine clothing and wild mannerisms, JFK screams in the smoky clubs of Connecticut. Like a mathematical equation on a bathroom wall, JFK doesen't fit in to it's surroundings. At once imposing and goofy, they ascend to the stage brandishing Jazzmasters and smiles, and glance at each other to signal the start of the set. The resulting wave of sound is equal parts Kinks and Love, all played with a punk rock urgency. After the damage has been done, they... Topic: JULIET FOXTROT KILO
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Holder interviews the owners of the Juliet Cafe in Union Square Somerville that opened in March, 2016. It replaced the much-loved Sherman Cafe. It is a more upscale establishment befitting the new "look" of Union Square. Topics: Doug Holder, Juliet, Somerville, MKass.
Juliet Eilperin is an environmental reporter with the Washington Post and author of Demon Fish: Travels Through the Hidden World of Sharks. Her books takes a look at the history of mankind's interaction with these deep sea predators, from the honored status of gods to the modern image of a feared man killer. Sharks have been hunted to near extinction for sport, food, or out of an unrealistic fear of a cold blooded killer. Through Demon Fish, Eilperin takes the reader along her travels as she... Topics: Tennessee Aquarium, Demon Fish, Juliet Eilperin
Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, Cleveland Orchestra, Pierre Boulez, cond. DG, recorded May 2000 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Berlioz, Romeo and Juliet, Pierre Boulez, DWTKenInNY
Margaret Roggero, mezzo-soprano; Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, cond. RCA/BMG, recorded Feb. 22-23, 1953 Topics: Berlioz, Romeo and Juliet, Charles Munch, DWTKenInNY
It was obvious to me that Shakespeare understood quantum mechanics and superposition when he wrote "To be or not to be". In this piece I apply supposition to the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. Topics: Shakespeare, superposition, quantum mechanics, Romeo and Juliet